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News Comments > Overwatch Free Weekend Underway
4. Re: Overwatch Free Weekend Underway Nov 18, 2017, 07:48 Suppa7
 
VaranDragon wrote on Nov 18, 2017, 05:12:
I haven't played in ages and feel no urge to. Just wondering is it still going strong?

Still boring as fuck really, overwatch is just a really oversimplified multiplayer shooter that anyone who is old has played before and played better.

It really exists only because it was released by blizzard and unto the cult of bliz fans. The game is just very boring over time. It just can't hold a candle to past fps games esp if you grew up on them in the 90's.

Overwatch is just like modern blizzard - all flash, no substance.
 
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News Comments > Op Ed
8. Re: Op Ed Nov 15, 2017, 01:52 Suppa7
 
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News Comments > Op Ed
7. Re: Op Ed Nov 15, 2017, 01:48 Suppa7
 
Cutter wrote on Nov 14, 2017, 16:35:
Apples and oranges, man.

No you fool that's propaganda, there are private world of warcraft servers - aka there is no rational reason for companies to control the software only irrational people like you who buy every piece of corporate propaganda you are fed. You americans really are too stupid. The entire agenda of the corporate world in videogames is almost complete - to take control of videogame software away from you.

Look at what happened to quake - no level editor or dedicated servers, we now have "quake champions" There is no reason for quake champions to be a drm'd online f2p game that players don't control, the fact that people are so gullible they'd pay for unlocks in a game they don't control is proof that americans are dumb shits.

You reason by emotion not truth. Need for speed world online was just a fork of most wanted 2005. AKA the "MMO" game is a fucking scam, that's how we got drm to begin with.

The idea that they are different is bullshit. The fact is wow could easily have been entirely player controlled as proven by private servers.

https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=11444122
 
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News Comments > Op Ed
5. Re: Op Ed Nov 14, 2017, 13:56 Suppa7
 
Cutter wrote on Nov 14, 2017, 12:24:
Than stop supporting the assholes doing it. How fucking hard is that?

Sorry to tell you that happened 20 years ago with the rise of ultima online, everquest and world of warcraft. Steam and mmo's like that paved the way for normalizing all this shit.

Once people "accepted" mmo's as not being fraudulently ripped of (paying monthly for a game you never own) the rest was inevitable.

WoW let us remember was the most successful mmo on the planet with 10 million plus people playing it, that is a lot of fucking stupid people. Non gamers were playing it which is why microtransactions became inevitable. People I know that were not computer literate were playing wow.

AKA the end of computer literate people being the bulk of game buyers stopped when computers and high speed internet became affordable for the masses of tech illiterate fools.
 
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News Comments > Need for Speed Payback Peels Out
15. Re: Need for Speed Payback Peels Out Nov 11, 2017, 08:38 Suppa7
 
ForgedReality wrote on Nov 11, 2017, 02:33:
No, he's right. High Stakes and Porsche Unleashed were the last (only?) good ones. Since then, it's all shitty arcade physics and zero damage model. So fucking ridiculous. But I guess there's money in pandering to the kids on consoles who don't like a challenging game.

You guys are delusional, Most wanted 2005 was the best selling need for speed series out of all nfs games that have ever been released up until this very day. Both shift, shift 2 and Pro street tried to take nfs back to a more sim like game with mixed results. The series has been falling off in terms of sales since Most wanted 2005. Most wanted 2005 sold 15 million copies across all platforms, it dipped to 4-5 million after carbon/prostreet/etc. All the others have had trouble reaching even 5 million.

The people who ended up making Project cars and Project cars 2 were responsible for NFS shift series.

This comment was edited on Nov 11, 2017, 09:03.
 
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News Comments > Need for Speed Payback Peels Out
13. Re: Need for Speed Payback Peels Out Nov 11, 2017, 01:22 Suppa7
 
christheshitter wrote on Nov 10, 2017, 18:27:
The last good NFS game was Porsche Unleashed. Anything after has been made for kiddies.

Quite the bit of bullshit. Most NFS games have been alright up until post most wanted 2005.

Underground 1 and 2 were both pretty decent games. Most wanted 2005 was a high water mark for the series selling 15 million units.

NFS has been in a state of decline since 2005's most wanted sales wise.
 
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News Comments > Op Ed
7. Re: Op Ed Nov 1, 2017, 18:14 Suppa7
 
The problem is not challenge or not but whether the game is presenting us with something to bother continue playing it.

Take shmups, a game like sine mora is not as good as many other shmups like Jamestown because of the level of care and craftmanship that goes into the design despite the fancy graphics.

It takes a lot of work to figure out why something is fun or not and very few people are good at it. Many developers have been relying on set-piece cinematic spam the last 15 years or so because they are so lacking in understanding of building intrinsically compelling gameplay systems.

So they rely on hollywood to sell games. Building a genuinely fun game along the lines of civilization or alpha centauri is genuinely hard and companies want easy money.
 
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News Comments > CCP Layoffs: Dropping VR; Closing Studios
10. Re: CCP Layoffs: Dropping VR; Closing Studios Oct 30, 2017, 21:27 Suppa7
 
Cutter wrote on Oct 30, 2017, 17:51:
How the hell do these guys have over a 1000 employees with one niche title to their name?

The same way world of warcraft, steam, loot boxes and microtransactions exist.

The ship of stupid sailed when Ultima online and EQ became a thing, normalizing online drm. We got generations of kid who are ok with basically the theft of software from their computers and no privacy because they are dumb as a bag of hammers.

The videogame idiocracy sailed as soon as mmo's became a thing paving the way for steam, then league of legends and TF2.

The fact that these god awful games exist and are totally controlled by game companies now is a far cry from the 90's with level editors and user control of software.
 
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News Comments > Evening Interviews
4. Re: Evening Interviews Oct 27, 2017, 22:42 Suppa7
 
D_K_night wrote on Oct 27, 2017, 00:21:
You wanna know what raised an enormous amount of hype for Overwatch? It wasn't even the game. It was the characters!

It went way beyond the characters, I tried the free trial and the art design is really what killed it.

Basically Cliff is still living in the UT era, art in games like quake 2 and unreal tournament were very un-coordinated programmer art - aka no sense of style or cohesion and that was fine during the 90's. But after the 2000's people started to take art seriously.

I always get a laugh when I see quake champions cloning the "nerd art" of quake 3, aka the quake 3 character models and game was basically just random art wrapped around a game since those games were about systems and gameplay first, since back then we weren't so hung up on if there was any cohesive sense of style since gameplay was all that mattered. Cliff is thinking it's still the 90's.
 
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News Comments > Op Ed
18. Re: Op Ed Oct 26, 2017, 21:51 Suppa7
 
Squirmer wrote on Oct 26, 2017, 17:53:
I'm curious what's stopping them.

Them being idiots generally, their ego's being the main one and/or possibly fear of being replaced by people dying to get into the industry if they are too hung up on being in the game industry.
 
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News Comments > Op Ed
10. Re: Op Ed Oct 26, 2017, 14:19 Suppa7
 
Bumpy wrote on Oct 26, 2017, 13:13:
Despite the hate for early access games, many EA games are honestly driven by passion instead of $$. BeamNG.drive is a great example of a small group of people passionate about making a game changing sim.

You mean unfinished game, the game is never going to be finished.
 
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News Comments > Op Ed
5. Re: Op Ed Oct 26, 2017, 12:19 Suppa7
 
Beamer wrote on Oct 26, 2017, 11:32:
"Those days?" If anything, crunch is less now than it used to be. Which isn't saying things are good now, but this is what game development has been for 25 years.

Games were much higher quality in the late 90's because budgets were smaller and graphics were less detailed projects were more manageable. Pc ports have been shit forever, go load up UT or UT2004 the options blow the socks off almost all modern AAA game ports.
 
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News Comments > Morning Tech Bits
15. Re: Morning Tech Bits Oct 25, 2017, 18:44 Suppa7
 
DangerDog wrote on Oct 25, 2017, 15:00:
You would think so but people don't seem to mind inviting google/apple/amazon into their homes to be recorded 24/7.

There can't be a market or accountability when companies are 100's of miles away, it's not that people don't want privacy it's that it's very hard to function in society without something like google. Internet is basically a utility.

The reality is the internet breaks the market.
 
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News Comments > Op Ed
29. Re: Op Ed Oct 23, 2017, 20:21 Suppa7
 
RedEye9 wrote on Oct 23, 2017, 19:46:
Suppa7 wrote on Oct 23, 2017, 18:50:
The reason they became sleazy is because the market doesn't work when your customers are 100's of miles away post internet.
Now that they can take games hostage via mmo's and drm at the computers inside their offices they can just exploit from afar.Kids and gamers generally - their primate minds never evolved to make rational decisions in a high tech capitalist society
So the fix is we should all turn off the internet and move closer to a game developer...
Your record is broke , please flip it over and play side B.

It can't be fixed people are too stupid for capitalism, that's the reality. I held out for almost 10 years after steam was released but there are new kids being born around the globe and the country, you can't stop kids and their tech illiterate parents from entering their credit card and buying shit for their kids.
 
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News Comments > Op Ed
23. Re: Op Ed Oct 23, 2017, 18:50 Suppa7
 
Rigs wrote on Oct 23, 2017, 17:15:
The way I see it, this industry needs to crash - HARD! Why? Publishers have gotten way, WAY too lazy and entirely supported on sleazy ways of getting every last cent out of the player.

=-Rigs-=

The reason they became sleazy is because the market doesn't work when your customers are 100's of miles away post internet. Pre internet they had to give us the entire game physically and there was fear if they didn't put out a good game they wouldn't make their money back.

Now that they can take games hostage via mmo's and drm at the computers inside their offices they can just exploit from afar.

The reality is the game industry stole games from us because the internet allows taking part of the game code hostage, pre internet that was impossible.

That's why all these shit practices exist. The morons who fed mmo's and steam enabled all this shit let's be honest.

Kids and gamers generally - their primate minds never evolved to make rational decisions in a high tech capitalist society.
 
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News Comments > PUBG as a Service: No Sequel Plans
18. Re: PUBG as a Service: No Sequel Plans Oct 23, 2017, 15:30 Suppa7
 
SpectralMeat wrote on Oct 23, 2017, 10:17:
Like an MMO? I don't understand what they mean by building this game as a service.

DRM'd game with locked content that you buy, that simple. Man gamers are such dumb creatures.
 
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News Comments > Morning Interviews
5. Re: Morning Interviews Oct 20, 2017, 13:48 Suppa7
 
It would help if they released on GOG. Let us remember putting drm crapware into peoples games devalues them. That's why many of us wait for steam sales, no one wants to pay top dollar for a game that can be broken or taken away at the push of a button.  
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News Comments > Op Ed
13. Re: Op Ed Oct 19, 2017, 04:28 Suppa7
 
CJ_Parker wrote on Oct 18, 2017, 20:53:
Most gamers are way too addicted to games to really vote with their wallets. The evidence can be seen very regularly here on this forum. They will bitch and moan and NEVER EVER buy an Actiblizz game again but come Diablo 4 or Overwatch 2 all is forgotten and that $60 preorder + $40 season pass is a go. The publishers will win this one.

Gamers are not a homogenous group. Most people are irrational and technology illiterate. Once publishers discovered people are downright idiots this was inveitable, as soon as mmo's became a thing, the rest was inevitable.

Big companies just wait for a new generation of kids to grow up with the policy and most kids are stupid beyond comprehension.
 
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News Comments > Evening Legal Briefs
11. Re: Evening Legal Briefs Oct 12, 2017, 10:05 Suppa7
 
Ozmodan wrote on Oct 12, 2017, 08:39:
Oh come on, it is clearly GAMBLING. Giving voice to their lame excuse just makes you as bad as them. It has been and always will be gambling.

You're talking to the same set of gamers who defended steam and mmo's, gamers are a stupid bunch. These lootboxes exist because of the theft of game software. People bought server locked games because they are much too stupid and irrational to comprehend the consequences.
 
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News Comments > etc., etc.
4. Re: etc., etc. Oct 11, 2017, 01:56 Suppa7
 
NKD wrote on Oct 10, 2017, 23:29:
Assassin's Creed, along with most video games, is TV series material, not movie material. Needs a longer form to really make it work.

One of the most insightful comments I've read in a while.
 
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